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_jRESORTS._
MOXMOUTH BEACH I\V
MOVMOin BEACH. MSW JBBSEIu
SEOSMSS W. AVERT. Manager
lit* with Hotel Astor. >>*' l ir »
sarSi to ar exclusive cotwure colony: MM- I
TIJL Jiff ■Si? -r.4 br..ue« up lofcU
Ve-. ile-v-ator; new private baths; D*jr PMW '
SShtes^Tavi'/jon with P^-immiruc pool. C.rtno
Tanrir.r floor and «a«^. New firepraof :
«T«*e- nc*«t«wn laundr?-; n«-u- ire ma'-h'ne;
«!i> "'■ An wrtralm.-,
.«? ' All «rnu.err>- New urnta , **» ;
R.<« S in a"n« at w.tef . «drj. Twelve cot-
TM-e* for ?nvtti og£2ir a JL r^- NOU OPEN.
Hotel Ostond
ATI.ANTK CITY, N. J.
Oc-T:pvlr.g entire bi«.k or**.ii frort in the finft
lr-ation. Tlecpens June 4th. New throughout; !
•rjfcrg^fi and Trrr.«doTl«s. Kvry room wltti j
noeaa rlrr. Capp«-!ty r-00. offering: the b<>st In
•rjolntTrents. c«fs}np i.r.d comfort. > Sja «at«r
ir s!l taths. pri^te and i.ub.ir. rhonf-s in
rcomfi. Elevators to all f oor«. etc. Mapitfir'm
«xch*rf;c trd pcrchf* ov«>riookir:jr th» b^OI
«n* fanicun -Bosrewslk. Wrtt« for booVtet.
S3 <:«:;y «nd ip. Anjfricap rla»; fpe-clai wf-ekli.
C.*c.ri. oi ti ».. nAVIp p KAHTCT.
GALEN HAUL
MoTEU-'SANAToRIUM?^?! j
O^-trig te cur Tcnic and Curative Bath*, .
•or Elegant Ccmfort and Exceptional j
Tab!- end Service, wo ere always busy. j
r. L YOUNG. Gen'l Manager.
N. Y. Office, 1122 Broadway.
HOTEL MORTON
Y!HGI>"IA AYE., >"EAB BRACH.
AXI^IMIC CITY. N. J.
Open kB the year. Tine table. Bitflag with
Ui^vtte b«th. Hes«sor=e!y furalabeiL P«*rl«ct
ri— I- trrtr.r'r.---.'! Elevator to all floors.
£l>*c!e; rates for -winter. Capacity 250.
Mr*. V. R. HAIVES. Owner and Proprietor.
QBarttoronfiu-SBlsiilJclKi
ATLANTIC CITT. >'. i-
Jeriafa «"h!t« & ton* Company.
SUNSET HALL,
ASBCRY TATUi. >'- 3.
rjprv FOR THE season TC2CB 25TH.
"CO -.-arcle from Ortan end principal beach at- i
•-tcticr-t Modernirrd— Elevator— s*r
••ie*- T«>pr;o-'i In rooms. E v «nire nnotrs.
__
HOTEL BKUNSWiCK
ASBCRY PARK. N- J.
ID* OPEN Pt r IHE SEASON.
■K.r:-*- 1 ' '■-i.-ta.ri ot excellenc* maistalßM.
*•»- •,c.----f--i rare*, booklet, etc.. address .
MORGAN' A- PARSON'S.
THETEMMORE/Tl
% ~ov* epe fcr 2"th p^asorj. For booklet, is tee.
*" £ tii" rHO^. NOBLE.
ASBTKV r.ABK. >". J.
HOTEL THEOFOBD, ' '
HOTtL TKtDFuHu,
• « ■»-■•■«■ >-£r v R-. •■■•- Mid b<
X
tft>TlSL MOWKII IM.
ASBCRY PARK. >. J.
"Will Open June 2cd
Tslr*rtlT en the b?ach. Mod»rrir»<!.
y«ole;«>t. " ' WM. APPTX/iATF. rr»»p.
BRISTOL and Belvedere
rv~t of Founh A v . AFBTRT FAKK.
"■.Varr^t tti* Fwach.
T»I. y~ A«rt-ury. BAN'TA A^ HTT.L.TAnP^^ j
Grand imMNHA Hotel opening *£. j
li"c"0 f.TB"iJe rlUicl
Accc^nmodatloris for 2f*o pupfi?. Hr^<~lal I
r»i«-« jor «« t uji* aTi<i Pn't'itilwr. R^fk'.^t. Ph<">nc
J QHX H I^BFI A RP. Frcp.
HOTEL SCARBORO
IjONG BRANCH. N\ J. OPEN JCNE I.
Ta-mr nni rartlculars r.n »^pll<-at!r<n.
LOCIS V. KAHX. Prop. ■ j
THE . ALLAIRE, T*? sf* S
yv.ryrtiy «n h-^srb Bonk!et._E;_M. R'.cbardsoT^, !
NEW lItMPSIIIRK
Social ?." i
Scenic
Centre
Hr Hay Fetb
Stdr-iP
Hcrsjs
Motor Cars
for Hire -
M*!!.' " rrKatr Batn>. Alm> nate Glass
>* n<t<>H» addpH.
PRIVATE COTTAGES TO RENT.
Bo©w" MAPLEWOOD. FETIH.EHKM. N. H.
N. 1. •»«*. r. MHO B««M> I.^n tt ciiuy. Mgr.
W AUMBEK
AMI COTTAr,r.\
J«-ff«-r^on. v 11. in <"•• White Mountain*.
i'n<-n* Julie 2">.
1* hole golf course oil famous BOeoie auto
rcu'r«. Dtiarliorj family cott«R--» ci'mpletely
furn!eh»<l. »rtth li«tpl nerrtce. A«?<lr"^s
OttATLES V. MI'RPHY. Mitr.agT.
NEW YORE.
RUSHIaGWATER HEALTH HOME.
H*»utifnllj *i;uaiP'l on a li"s'- promontory
above ti:<^ ronianiic ("aziU'i 1 . ia niv<-r; +'M
ivt*% of frrourni: marvellotißly curative min
«■«! »r>ri::<rs: e»oelI«Bt e«i*U»«: bom# rin;i^
pr<xiyct*: exc3n«Jve, r^Sncd. gul<'. etc; It
tntica ■frnm Rufifa'". \d<lre«i for rates
in. I;mM.\ »\BIN SHKISMAN.
I :-'i \urAr«. Kri^ *<•.. >. \
Where to Spend
the Summer?
Tt rou an Icok'.nc for Urn uniaue. i«1-a! rla.f« to
Rend v oar ruuautu-. ■ritbln three bo-.irs of New
Ycrk. i.no lik* .•■»>» air fomhjn«-<3 country
"if*, t);«-. usual <J:a»ti&cks of ihc jster^o
■vMvj r^torte; vhtrc jt'J ni^tt i;ire p'^Tl'' oily,
aiwre Oi«y *m«- yoo frwh J^Kr m!lk. rream,
"ts-. poultry, and* vvxetaMr* from tnrir cwn
fa.-:; s. a-:j At T*-a«"n»l''< < rtanrce 'not cr^apt:
»":^"rr ;cu <"an <>:ijoy th<». i>*•^' o( b«*bijic. Ijost
':zS. fshinK. polf. tennis, ridinc. driving. Ac.
-vr!t*> Toy a boofctet. <"ova««"., ii>>. if jou «ant »
n:^ OOP. "VVJI. V\ INOOI-n. Mi^t-- 20 \\V»t rt,th
;-•;.. y. V.. <-f tv,«- Msnv-iftn " Fisher's I^an'V
j What Do You Want
This Morning?
The chances are you will
find a solution in the "Want
Ads'* If you don't find it,
(advertise for it. The cost is
trifling.
THE TRIBUNE,
MA Nassau St
Uptown. 1364 Broadway
Al/\XKTISEStENTS AND BU69CRI7TXOXB
tor TT,c Triburs* r<^-civf-d itt tbeir VpioTrn
• 'ff)ce So lit 64 Broadway. bft*e>:ri BOtb aii-1
3'rli st«^ cnttj 9 o'c:ock v m. Advertiaa
r»-r.eive<l et tke foJlov-ir.r bran-h oflicvs tt r^s;
;;!*r (fflw rates ur.ti! » o'ciork p. in.. \lz~: ZM
*t*s »ye.. ♦. c. CO". 23d t-t.; 1"* *sth a\«.-.. ccr.
:?:r: tt. : :<~>4 Ea*t l^rb er. : 257 \V<;st 42d M.,
►■#fv-»e.n Trh arJ J"?h ayes. . CfiS W>ct 12'tb »t.;
tOM 3d i«« ; :«_'i M svo.. nur W«t sf.: 170s
:»t tv^ rear «»th et_; lfT E«l l^tth *U: T5«
Tr«!ir:crt &v«s' ; «JiO r<s ay». f «r,d any Arnericin
Cirtrtct T*i«^r*rb Ode*.
RESORTS,
NEW YORK.
ATTENTION.NEW YORKERS!!
SWEPT BY OCEAN BREEZES
MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL
Ope«* ttXxj cader iaa»»isri=<*t of AI>FmKE> S. IKKR
• atf th» Wai*«rf-Afft*rta.
ai^vr nrpROTWEfT*- >xw reatcoiA— «arage.
THE POPULAR BAND PARK, OPENS JUNE 16th
\VTTr! COUGHU.VS IKTERNATIONAL BAND. DIRECT FROM LONDON
ORIENTAL HOTEL, Opens June 25th
EXCLI?SrvEI,T OPT BXTT«ME*.N' FLAN.
JOSTTPH r. GKEA.VES. *f Fl«1«a E^rt. C*a«t System, Kaa»<«.
Tmnii CoirU Mew «*•«■ Atr Caf*. Sorf BaXbtas- G«ras«.
-HERCADANTfTS ORCHESTRA— ?>eom*
» -, fark Ofllee. I** Fifth A»w»««>
t««l A*«« HomJ* DtreetlT «» Hotel Eastraawe*
MS/i Cottar.r H_"M^fpi"= sale aa« rent by Dr. H. E. JDydraie. Fall particular, of
bmste. co'-tates. «fee. M HoO BrcaSway. K. 1. U E. UJaa. Hep.
THE
Catskiil Mountains
*noted for picturesque and romantic
scenery. Th' glorious air. the magniti
cent .-■awc and comfortable accommo
dations are a gTeat attraction in this
mountain region -which i- a paradise for
rhs!<ircn and a ami ' tan for fvery
hody.
THE ULSTER i DELAWARE R. R.
in connect ion with West Shoro and
Pennsylvania r.aiircadp form the only
all raii through car Bim between Phila
delphia Jersey Clty. New York and all
points Jn this famous mountain region.
THE RIP VAN WINKLE FLYER will
naVe firPt trip from New York, ■via
West Shore K. R. Saturday. May 21?'..
having Deshroe«««« '- 1 ' 12.45 p. in., and
West 42nd St. ' ' Sock p. m. daily ex
cept Sunday.
Th« summer time pchodule for season
of lsl6 wiU go In effect Sunday. June
JSth.
An illustrated hammer Book with
map of tho Catskills and Vet of hotels
BTui boarding: houses*wlll Jje sent free cm
receipt cf E cents postage.
N. A. SIMP.
General Paswrg^r Agent,
Kinjrston. N. Y.
MM
Gun Giub
Casino
drags
Symphony
Ofchßstra
June to
October
MAPLE LAWN
In the
htsrt of
the prettiest
part of the
CatskOl Mountain*.
Elevation 1.500 feet. Evfr>
auvantafre of a rlrst - class
li ot*> 1 and every home -like
C'linfort. Accommodations for 800.
AMUSEMENTS.
Ain«^ern«»nt Hall, . ; wd Musi.-. Howling Al
ley. Pool. Tennis. iluntlnc and Fifhing.
TERMS — jri.V AND AUGUST. S* TO SI A
WEEK. SPECIAL RATES FOR JINK AN"D
SEPTEMBER. FuM particulars on application.
The troprictor will 1>« at ihe Hotel Churchill,
Kroadxv:<y and Fourteenth si. N. Y. City (tele
phone 3066 Ptuyvesant). Mondays ami Tu>-s
.lays duri'iß .luno, from 9 A. M. to 0 P. M.. to
robmlt diagram of ro«':ns and book parties dc-
Elrlns to viFit Maple J>aTvn.
A. J. LOCK. Proprietor.
CAIRO. N. Y.
lUX CiKAND HOTEL
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
will open
Saturday; june 251h.
This I nit-] is located or. main line of
lie Ulster «v Delaware K. Jl. Altitude
jver 2,000 feet Through coach and
Irawinff room car service from New
fork direct to liot^l K*" O 'ind*.
faEstimer elevator to al! doors. Kootns
or en puite with private bath.
Service aivi calstne excelled. Booklet.
For term* and full Information apply
.0 Mr Frank DeWolf. Town and <:oun
ry Bureau, Fifth A venue, corner
Wfh Street. New York. Telephone 5628
Madison.
After June 2Stb address The Orana
Flotcl Company. Hl^hmount. N. Y.
KISk'ATOM HOTEL and ANNEX
Delightfully located.
CATSKILL, GREENE CO.. N. V.
Modern house. Accommodates 100 jruests.
All rooms: large, light aud airy. Many
form* of amus'-ment. Dancing Pavilion an
n<x^J. r.ates $S up'var'if.
GEO/C REIN, Prop.
HOTEL KAAfERSKILL
<■ mU MOI>TAI>S
! A Summer Outing c/lbove the Clouds
! Largest aii>aii<aln hotel la th« world. Table
I ami »«rvic* un«xct-U<td. Oarage: (?olf l'nka.
tcr.nle. bo-wlir^g. boating. Larg« orchestra.
Op<T»»i June 25tri. Cloees Sept. 15th.
ftcaei lions of rooms can be made at
266 Fifth A»'.. Boom 71«, New York.
: Tel'priont- 546* Murray Hill
THE REXMLRE
Slamford-ln-the-Cn.tskills
OPEL'S JUNE 22N1."
Best Kqulppe-l Hotel In Weetcn Catt kills.
I'nvate golf <«urs». = • ■at;: a Dally t-oncerts,
etc. 40 Suites with hath Klfvaterp.
Tor booklets, photos, etc.. addrpfs VOFTATT
& PECK. Props.. 11>-0 Proa dwe;% N. Y.
PDI »ST U*MI"T The Hodaon'B finest resort.
UliUil iJUUit Pure milk amJ
Now Open. Kt'!'.:* »nd vegetables from
CAT6KILL. N. T. bowl sap)':.. All outdoor
eporty. Special .Tune rates, $>■ 1 10 and $1-.
I Till s COLUSHtIA>'. — location in the
naittrr. «-atski!l«!. L&rg*- sb*d4 jrounon; ,
grand tcacr>: refined guests. Send for book- ;
let. Terms, fi» tn 51C « »>'■; 7his place will j
plea*,, yoa. H. K. LYON. Prop.. Purlinp. N*. T.
HINE HOUSE.
Bbady la»nf-, 'arge room.', all Improvement*, j
Bawtlos alltjs, a:i outdoor rpcrts. nxcellrnt j
tlble, J. M. ALLKRTO.V, Mgr. '
BELLE VIE HOUSE } £SHSSSSHI
>"me lious^e. All Iniprov*meni*.- Excellent
ta2.>_^ A. 11. KEOO. Pmp.
UPLAND FARiVI^-^' laM -i; '
HxcfTlf-t 'an!. Many amusements. Very
healthy. For ratew and booklet. C. It. IXCO.
HAJNES FALLS HOUSEo'^-ca l^.:
Open June 15; newly cnlarKed: modern Ira
tro\err.»nU; capa^Jtv 2'<o. Outdoor rports Book
fct. JT. W. BTRNEB.- Ptopl, H«llW F«IU. W.T.
THE CLAREMOIMT, 11 ?:^
houfe: for 73: electric light; tennis; golf. Or
cu:»f. SAMCET. K. KiM» *■ CO.
.I'll (.KO\-E HOISE,
Patent ille. (ire+nti Co.. N. V. Accommodates
100: all improvements: large rooms; t.eautl
f■:!:>■ *had«d lawr.s: ref.tre of irlea! a 1a 1 'rac
t!on«: all outdoor «port«. I'hHo A. Prfk. Prop
DAI LINE Gunner Exc. Book. «""at*kli!s. etc
Etfore. ee'e-'tlr.f vacs-tion trip Bend 6c. pos'Afre
to Hudtoe Fa-. tr Day U»», t>«coroafcea ft, N. T.
■SBtr-YORK DAILY TRTBUSIS. SUNDAY. .TT NE 12. l?l"
RESORTS.
IXTEW YORK.
YOUR FAVORITT
OUTDOOR RESTAURANT
OPENS TODAY
v^ "QUEER OF THE CATSKILIS"
Si%W I>!lEitJullT situated la tie Wettera Catskills.
MSK%. Elation I.SOO feet. Pure, dry «Jr. ttoe purest
Sk§S% cf T-tter. T=a.gis!rie*=t scenery. A £*llg!<.tftu
§KSS*|.^ ehanre tor those wto live near the seaboard.
SKiSsPW^ifc Stamford It is-tp-to-date tewn. Electrlo H«ht
?S*|te*t% jT-e never tytterz. excellent itere*. f!vs
§&2ffEs\«L churches as 3 mll«« o? thaded flasstor* it Iks.
SgffilESaßa G«!J links, tennis courts. bow!!s£. bettioe.
k£s*3P%& B fishlne and many efcara'.njr <srtv*j.
»«&§££& R Thrr'Jrh train* vii West Shore tad Cirter
fc&aHt-JSS B £ Psla-e»» B. X... o=!v rive hours fra=i >.**«•
Sfii^^ra X York, or a delightful £*!) v? the Hudson i*
K 'QUEEN 9F THE CATSIILIS"
BBttfaQy s!lt:at»a 1= tie Western CaUkiV.s.
rvatinn 1.800 feet. Pcre. dry air. the purest
wir.tr. ttarcllieerrt se«nery. A daMghtnu
rt!*nr« ?or tiase who live near th* seaboard.
Btaaafar* 5* as-up-to-date town. Electric !!gbt-
Irq tewer ivstern. excellent Korea, five
ebsrcfeea and mile* of aiadad fla?«tOE« wa'.lca.
I Golf links. term!« court*. bow'.laa;. bw'.ist.
1 fUhlnß an<s manr charming drive*.
I Th-sugfc tralne via West SJiore ans Clrter
I £ PailWW B R-. o»3r *:▼• hours froai N*w
{ York or a fleHgfctfel sail up the HTid*f>= t>.»
H Day L!? 9. wtkh coac-ea with the ezeel
■ lent txai= service of the Ulster & Delairtre
l*w£3SS» ■ R. R. to Stamford. A«*dr«.-s any of the fel-
: %£&2&&X ■ lowing iousis for full inf oi satlsn.
I Howes. Guests. , Houses. G-es's
t*ssSi^# Churchill Hall. :{OO ; Cedarhurst »>
SSH««gKsjif H R»xrsere ITiO : Elnnrr>oi .......... -3G
sp£^?F& New Grant H'se.loo [nsl-'sidt 3-J
S2?%£-J' / Kendall P1ace. ..60 j Ivaniorst ...of)
*?ss"%i;*f Grejxrmrt Inn *• ,' Brooklyn Hall 30
tiESS&FJf Hotel Hamilton. ..50 : Maple R<*t 20
€jfi* r VXF Slicpton Terrace 50 i Crsft Farm Hecs«....2^
*S& J& Ce\* Ep'ins House.. ' Hillcrest 2">
ST^^' Mountain View 50 ' Ur'encs Cottar*.... -2»
>iir Madisca How 50 ' *S^»::::::::g
w AfVinscn House .*.-45 Seaford hoi*e 20
TTMtVe" ..:. 45 Map!» Aye Fane -20
C.53a i HS»»V.. 40- R & £. Cott£X« 10
EVERGREEN GROVE
Purling. Greene Co. Accommodates 125. Elec
tricity Installed; excellent tab!*: telephone, tele
graph. Reft-rencfS. Booklet from «l. E. Grey
CENTRAL HOUSE *£?££?
Accommodate* 75. EiccHent tab!». Fine house.
Rates. $« to SIO. GEO. TT. REED. Prop.
HOTEL CRAMATAN
LAWRENCE PARK. BRONX VILLE. N. Y.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
260 Rooms. 120 Private Batfco.
Exceptional Cuisine.
Electric Train Service — Minutes. Lawreceft
Park Country Club; fine new clubhouse and
golf course; ten minutes' walk. Tennis and a!l
outdoor sports and attractions. New fireproof
garage. Hotel liramalaa. Inc.. Propg.
THE REAL COUNTRY
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
VALHALLA. "W ESTCHESTER CO.. N. T.
Fifth Season opens June l.'ith in our beauti
ful new Building, within IS minute" of 42d St.,
on Harlem Railroad: capacity, 150: modern
convenlenc***; 70 acres; 500 feet elevation: un
surpassed for health and picturesque surround
ings; abundant fresh vegetables, pure dairy
products; tennis, euchre, dancing, fishing,
Karage, carriage for commuter*: only 10 min
utes from station: rates $10 and up, for sea
bob. Send for booklet.
C. R. BLEXTK Manager.
EDGEHHX INN.
ON SPI'YTEN DUYVIIi HILL.
Different from the ordinary Hoarding Hou«;«. Lo
:■:—. within (lie grounds of Bdgehßl Terraces, a
t*autiful Residence Park, f.-ithin 10 minutes'
walk of cither Subway or Spuyten Duyvil sta
tion of N. V. Central. An attractive year round
home \rithout the responsibility of housekeeping.
Everything of the best in food, furnishings and
surroundings. Accommodations for limited num
ber only. Rates J12.00 per week and up. MRS.
11. J. OHLSON. Prop.
APIKONDACHS.
TREMBLEAU HALL,
On Ljikr Chamiilaln, Port Kent. X. Y.
Ideal location; 60 feet above level of
lake; pine jrrove: broad piazza; rooms large
and well furnished; all modern conveni
ences; excelleiit table and service; boat-
Ins-, bathing and fishing, casino; also cot
tage.*! to rent New addition; remodeled
throughout: new oinirg- room; private
baths; new suites. rARRELT. £• ADGATE.
PAUL SMITH'S
IV THE
ADIRONDACK'S
OSGOOO AND ST. ItEGIS CHAIN OF
LAKES. Thmußh train nervice day and
night. New York Central l.tr^a — Paul
Smith's Railway. pire*"t -wire* — York
Mock Kxchange.
WESTPORTINN
AT WESTPORT. X. V.. ON
LAKE CHAMPLAIN-
I ADIRONDACKS
Attractive cottages in connection.
BOOKLET. 11. P. SMITH, Mansger.
Also Manager The Foothills. Nordhoff. Cal.
! \I)IKONT»X(K MIMMAINM.
THE WAWBEEK
(Hotrl and Cattagre)
Will open on J'jn<) 84ta for the Thirteenth
season under 6ame management. Most com
fortable and Homelike. Private Cottages
■with hotel eer-. !c«-. Table will be- kept at
' usual high standard. Rooms with bath.
; Special terms for full season. Rustle Grill.
Send for booklet.
: J. BEN HART. lVawboelc. M. V
IV! OR LEY'S
| Hotel and cottages In th« heart of th* Adlroa
• daveka o\erlooklng two of the most, beautiful
i lakes In th». reg-lon. Trout fishing, basa fishing,
I boallnit. bathing, bovllnr, pool, tenrl", music,
: bouM physician. Sanitary. plumbing, pure spring
•water. No pulmonary Invalids. Artistic cata
logue*.
! MORIXT'P. Lake r>aiwnt. Hamilton Co.. N. T.
THE WINDSOR
I - - «*DIRONDArKS.
ELIZABETHTm^'N'. >". Y.
) . A modern hotel In the mo«t beautiful sec
; li'ji of the Adirondack* Rooms «n suite, with
I private bath. Orchestra. Golf Unks. Ofßilal
} betel A. C A. and A. A. A. Large Garage.
■ Illustrated booklet on application.
I ORLA.VDQ KELTvOGQ as BON
IDERR'S ii mil I.W. ti
In the Heart of the Adirondack*, ■
KlizHbethtown. > Y. C
Famed for healthful and invigorating 9
climate. No malaria. Station for mem- ■
berg of A. A. A., A. C. A. and T. C. a. ■
T.nrgf garage. Finest golf course in ■
mountains. Open June 1 to Nov. 15. ■
Booklet. B. >'. STETSON. Prop. M
BUCK MANSION,
ADIRONDACKS.
I r>*Uirhtfu surrour.iinifs; '■i.'llent sen'lce; $7 to
$1" weekly; illustrated booklet. '
__GiJi ■ BUCK, Crown Point. N. T.
m^nWIn^THE ILBMMIII
<»N I OHIR sAItANAC LAKE.
Open June l«tb t,» Oct. let. Small mouih Black
: Ha«ti KialiiOK begins June jSth. Th.o finest In
the country-. Poetogee and Ttlepraph Addrc**,
JOHN HARDrXG. Algon quin. S. V. Booklet.
ADIUONDACKS.
TATLOR HOi;SE AND rOTTXGEB ON*
BCHROON LAKE. N. Y.
rlt« for 80. V. • I C. F. TAYLOR. Jr.. Mr.,
I at Grand Hotel. TTwray and ftlst St.. New York.
RPI'AiONT" i.AKi pi \« n». n. \
DCLtMULII, Adirondack*.
Modern. homelik». One location and •view.
F. C. THOMAS. Prop.
Furnished Cottage For Beat
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
for The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No 13<M Broadway, between 3«th and
S7th st« . until 0 o'clock p. m Advertisements
received at the following branch offices at reg
ular office rates until S o'clock }> m.. vfr. : 261
Sth ay»., 5. •-. cor. 2Sd et.; 158 1"i aye.. cor.
I2ih St.: \*i East Nth at.: *57 V! 1! 42d St..
between 7th and »th ayes. ; MS West lSsth »■'-.;
1035 3(3 eve ; 1606 3d a"c , near 61st it .; !"08
Ist ove.. near g{»th St.; 157 Fa •» l?Sth St.; 756
Tremont ay* . : 650 3d ar«., aj}4 any Amirlcan
r-U'-rlct le.iecrapij Ofic*.
RESORTS.
f They re Biting
There's x tug on the Hue, V flash in the water and the fish
is yours. If s x sport thit mzk.es you boyish again and pats
the tin into your checks. No better pltce to enjoy it this Sum
mer tfatp
At Lake Hopatcong,
ft? the highlands of New Jersey, 1,000 feet above sea level,
on the main Hoe of the Lackawanni Railroad. A beautiful!)
illustrated book, "Mountain and Like Resorts," will help you
plan your trip. It mny be had free by calling at these offices:
ITBW TOHK: ' - BROOKLYN:
v n^mam^cZr. w«n b». tos mtt<m st.
4 Brtwdww, Cor. l*»wr*r* B*. . . vrwARK-
NEW TOW
P Thi^ Year Come To |
Saratoga Springs
NEW YORK STATE'S MINERAL- SPRING RESERVATION
We knaw we will suit you, for in addition : to forty
mineral springs and pure mountain air there is every
outdoor and indoor recreation and amusement.
Four hundred furnished cottages (S3OO and tip per
season) and two hundred and eighty hotels and boarding;
places ($6.00 and up per week) furnish accommodations
that suit every requirement of price and personal taste.
Day trips to Adirondack and Lake George Resorts
— good roads for driving and automobiling a free
convention -hall seating 5,000 people.
S*r*toe* Sprinjrs !« $e*cked from all direct! es« by the Her*
York Central Lines end the Delaware *t>d HtKlsoa P.. P..
Wo will find yea a famished cottage, hotel or boarding place,
send you literature and complete Information. Address
PUBLICITY COMMISSION
Room 4 : The Arcade Saratoga Springs, New York
Thousand Islands. St. Lawrence River. N. Y.
OPENS JUNE 18TH
A magnificent Hotel, delightfully situated on an island in the St. Law
rence River, with an exclusive class of patronage. The. favorite water for
motor boats and boat racing. Fishing, rowing, and all aquatic sports. A
picturesque nine-hole golf course free to guests of the hotel, club house
equipped with swimming pool, shower baths, etc. Tennis. Unequalled bass
and fresh water fishing near hotel.
For full information address C. G. TRUSSELL, Manager.
Town & Country Bureau. 359 sth Aye,. >«>■*>■ York. ' (Also Manager Bon Air. Augusta, Ga.)
WHERE TO GO
THIS SUMMER
"Long Island Resorts," a book con
taining Information about the various
resorts on the Ocean and Sound Bhc.ro
and the Ontral section of Long: Island,
with location, capacity, attractions and
charges of the numerous hotels and
boarding-houses, free upon application
at Long Island R. R. city ticket offices.
S3 Fifth Ay.. 120 B'vay, 19 East 17th
St., N. V. ; 336 Fulton- St.. Bklyn, or
will b« mailed on receipt of 6c. postal
by the General Passenger Agent, 263
Fifth Ay., New York.
Brighton
Beach
Hotel run * 18
BRIGHTON BEACH. NEW YORK
European Plan
Under same management as for several years
i pact, thus Insuring a continuance of the high
■ character, of service and cuisine that has
; placed It In the front ra.nk or seaside resorts.
Grand Concerts by . Military Band.
E. CLARK KING. Proprietor
N«« York Office at HOTEL VICTORIA,
Broad--. at 27th Street.
! HOTEL C L I FtO N
GOOD GROUND. LONG IRI/ANTJ.
This mow beautiful and attractively located
hotel, at the ocean and waters of ehlnneroclc
Bay, will reopen for th« season on May 3<'th.
We guarantee no mosquitoes. The very beet
cu!sin«\ end facilities for enjoying surf and
still water bathlngr. Fishing, boating, tennis,
golf, and the best roads in the state. Every
attraction of a country ■ and seashore resort.
I Send for booklet, nates, $10.00 to.JCO.OO.
CHAS. F. HATES, Pres. and Manager.
m
Garden City Hotel
• Garden City, Jx>rtf Island..
, IS Mile* from New York. < Open -all year.
i A HIGH CLASS MODERN HOTEL. i
REPTNXD AM) EXCLUSIVE. ;
• ' New 6. la Carte Restaurant. - |
J^ J. LANMN COMPANY. PROPS
The CLIFrTON
: . ON WATER FRONT
j "WONATBE." PATCHOGtrc. 1.. -t.
j NOTT OPEN". ' American ; and -European Plan.'
i Address W. M JEXKIN6. Prop
FORT LOWRY HOTEL
BATH BEACH, .L I.
600 feet orf»r. front; table first class ;- specte.l
rates for Juris; 40 mlr.utes from City Hall.
Booklet, M. I> RICHARDSON. Prop.
SHAN LEY -FY-THE-SEA.
BAYSHORE. L. I. .
I>lea; summer resort; all Improvements: tbor
ougbly screened; wlJwveiandas on first, secor.d
and third floora, facing Great South Bay; unex
celled table at shore. 'Phone l&ft. .Rates and
booklets M. A. SHA-NI^EY. Prop.
PROSPECT HOUSE
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS. L. 1.. N. V.
Opens • June 26. Golf. Tennis.- Yachting.
Bathing. Oarage. Dellrhtful Climate. Pure
Water. Booklet. N. Y. Ofjflce. 1125 nrotdirajr,
I far. 25th «l^_^J^ I dL ! l£LYr£!STi!X:_ Mir
THE COLONIAL
Kltchj»wan-on-rrot«n Lake. .V. V.
$2 miles from New Tork. high altl»ud«: steam
heat: open fireplaces; room* with bath: golf and
tennis; garage; select p».trt>na«f-. Opena June la.
Bor.lclet H. 8. * A V WHITE.
"MOUNTAIN AND LAKE RESORT*"
la the name of the L*clcawanna Railroad's
beautifully Illustrated Summer Book. Free at
Ucka«an'nt Ticket Offlcfci in New York.
Brooklyn and Ne «ark. ■
MAI'I.K DAI-K FARM; SUBURBAN; 2 Ml"
fir* thad«: nife rooms:' A l table; rat»». |7 an.l
89 referenci. M. H. COOKIXQIIAM. PokMp.
ale, N. V.
RESORTS.
.Lartortnnai
>T:W YORK.
Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE
O. G. STAPLKS, Owner and Proprietor.
OPENS SATURDAY. JUNE 25.
Modern appointment", swlmminj? poo!, golf,
ternis. boating, fishlnfr a"d all outdoor amuse
m«nt?. For engagement of rooms apply to
HARRY J. PEARSON,
Prince Georag Hotel. '4 Baal Mi St.. .v. T.
THE COLUMBIAN
1000 ISLAND PARK. St. Lawrence River, N. T.
— The best located- and most attractive hotel
among: the Thousand Islands; excellent cut
sine. Orchestra and all amusements. Open
June 15. Booklet. L. A. JOHNSON. Prop.
! Saratoga
| tlbe©ranbXDlnton i
©pens 3une 25
WOOLLBY A GERRA\S, Proprietors.
Full particulars raa be obtained at tb« .
HOTEL MARIE ANTOINETTE.
Broadway, 66ta to 67th St.. New Tcrk.
"~ - aiAa6ACiiTg«TTS. "~
HOTEL ASPSNWALi i
LENOX, MASS. Li
O. P. 6EAVET. Manager.
ON THE IDEAL TOUR.
Magnificent Scenery. Beautiful Drives.
Invigorative Climate. Pure "Water.
B Finely Equipped Garage and Stables, gmy.
Choice Villa Fltes for Sale iShB
FINEST RESORT la the r.\MOCS f^
ERKSHIRE
STOCKBRIDGE, Red Lion Inn
MASS. now opeß.
in the Heaton Hal!
BERKSHIRES^^r^
i -- T. Office. Hotel' Flanders. Wast 47th St.
Berkshire Hills
THE MAPLEWOOD
PITTSFIELD. BERKSHIRE CO.. MAS&
NOW OPEN.
i Send for 1910 Booklet and Auto Road Map*.
art" 2 R W. PLUMB. *~
THE NANEPASHEMET
MARBLEHE-\D XEC«:. M4B«
Opens June 15. Finest location on North
Shore. Every room ocean view. E. Q. BROWN.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Only 2Vi hours from New Torn — D . L. A "W.
WfITER GflP HOUSE
. THE MOVVTAJN PARADISE.
D£L.\W.\RE " WATER GAP. PA.
vf l atn " oonp * n onttl r>ecember as unquestion
ably the finest •'Taippi-d.'brst appointed, larjrpst
and most luxurious hotol .In this region— a half
million-dollar hotel for those who r-eek til* best
in appointment, service, comfort and location,
its arrounda and preserve occupy entire Sunset
Mountain. th« hifheat altitude and coolest lo-
r * t!n " (devoid of f^«. datnrn*** An.l »jmM
» I. anobatnKt««l views .of rriimlfic^nt moun
tain, lake and river scenery from ev»ry room
>•> noise or duet of railroads or public hlrh
*vaya. but within easy access of both. Hotel la
new and equipped witlx over one hundred tiled
private barns; running mountain spring «r»t«r
In all rooms; elcrrator. «l»ctrlc lights, steam
neat, open lor fire*, " l °* approved water sup
ply and sanitary plumbing. Sun parlors on all
floors. Own farms and dairy of registered
cow*. -Entire white aervic*. French chefs.
Uiri>*i ra- . ' vith '"i'" ! social diversions.
Billiards, bowlwifr. etc. Private .(ding acad
em '' ; . Bafe norsrii and instructor*. New (araae
and i D; rU " llverr. ';«'f. tennis, trout and
iii' 1 t>f>a tin«. trnp-shoottns;. etc. Spe
cial Inducements In rat«« .Ivirh,a; June and
•?"•>■ and ,to parti i Writ*- tor bool I of
enmtra views amd auto maps. C'oai>>i«a meet
trains. Fourth »eason same ownership man
ag-ment. JOHN PTJRDY COPE.
31 ulland ,k, k ' * £ J \ X » I ° L ' **~ on * beautiful
i... w* th * r>*«»ware; always cool: excel
lent . table; modern convenience*; B a» no
™^ SS i a «i°n**- Da V«»ne. fl'hlnsr. bathinp. boating,
pool $10 a week up. Further particulars.
MRg._BniSBANK. Mt. Bethel, pa.
_„_ JMWJW X 111 1. .Ml- PE»'A. '.
. ' "J " E^i-1CK— 2.500, fact in tha All«ghen!«s;
t^rch^ t^ Usht: solf - c " mo
U. M. ES2ICK. EMici Height* P»- '
RESORTS. ___|
■aaw I^/^^
iStl^ Jsel*veen>
Complete Summer Schedules of the
DELAWARE and HUDSON
take effect June 26th, 1910
«nd will show a train service ct superior excellence, so arras^sd as to saeat «j| m
nnlrements of the most fastidious. The edolpnest is thmtmgUlf neaaii ■•« •
date. The care cars have justly earned an eariabl* laasjtttigm, - ; .... r f»
Montreal is the gateway for Canadian Tomrtat Bescrts. AbanaMa Sartasa C*^*
the capital Quebec. Murray Bay and the Saimut RiTsr. J
Through cars from New Tori on both day and night tr«J«« Gr»a4 e«^
Station to Mcntrsal. Direct conoecticas at Albany and Troy -with Haiaa,^
Steamer Lines. , .v N
Tourists traveling en D. * H. tickets to Montreal, or othsr Caaa<Jt» 2 y^s% I
lor the magnificent lake and mountain scenery along this ali-rnrsßasju racte, C
ticketa a'-e honored on steamers ob L*»CB ChMsplatß w!tfc«rt extra -*»^ *■
tickets carry stop-over privileges at r«aort« aa rotris. **
The rail »nd steamer lines of the D. L. H. •Sot* th« baa* net* ta Ufa Ci*
plain an« 3 reach, among other idyllic places in th« coo! rs«l«i af Kertisrv^
SARATOGA SPRINGS
Queen of American Summer Resorts
I A*E GEORGE THE ADIRONDACK? %
LAKE CKAMPLAIN AU SABLE CHASM
COOPERSTOWN SHARON SPRINGS %
Six cents postage will bring yon * copy of "A SI7MMER PABABISB- OM M^
regardice hotels and boarding hsoses. r*!!ro«d rutm, ate Admass *^»
A. A. HEARD, G. P. A. Albany, N. Y. \
New York Information Office, 1354 Broadway
T'c^-eis and reservations st all offices of the New York Centra! as* t« a-
H. R.s, cf the Hndson River steaaer lines and principal tsarist agsaciea.
A Vacation Out at Sea
If you knew the wonderful health-restor
ing and strength-imparting attributes fjf
Marthas Vineyard and
Nantucket
you'd come to these Islands for your vacation.
You are out at sea and the voyage lasts as
long as you want to make it.
And the jolly good times you'll have! Every
moment of the day filled with enjoyment
You'll have every summer diversion imagin
able, Splendid fishing, sailing and bathing,
tennis, golf and country sports. Sea food in
abundance.
Send for our two books about these Islands now, while you htvtit
mind. They picture and describe the Summer pleasures at these q**i
places.
MThc New England Lines '"V)**
jfgrijd&s H. L. STOCKING, City Ticket Agent ylrM
W*^ 171 Broadway, New York. /S
RURAL SUMMER HOMES
THE BOOKLET OF INTEREST
VACATION PLACES
ERIE RAILROAD
HEW YORK. SUSQUEHANHA & WESTERN R. fl.
r «# copy on appTieatlorj at 390-1159 Broadway. New York: 333 FBltsn SC Bwa<
•nd-etlier — — «. Office* In N«!w York and Brooklyn, or address
X- H. W. >■ Fi3?-=-*«r A***
rO>:>"T4"TICI'T.
THE
GRISWOLD
FINEST SEASHORE
RESORT IX AMERICA
F<7*trrv Point 21,<2 l ,< Hours from
Ai w York.
New London, usequaued *1
r> „ Open tXGfrUTOMOBIUSGDB&m
LtOnn. Jane 24th. TtSS!<. GOLF DA*CV%^
LOXG- DISTANCE TELEPHONE IX IMJT V"M %.
FOR BOOKLET, IL4TES. ETC., "fl
Address' W. J. FLEMING, Mir., 71 Broadicart. Rom Ml*}
TELEPHONE, 3430 BECTOH.
Also Mgr. Th« Bsiltvirx, B?liez\r, Fi*. ■ •
PEN .%>"!.*
THE KITTATINNY
The leading hotel at Delaware 'Water Gap.
Pa. Every convenience and amusement Sad
dle horses and Instructors. "Writ-! Tor booklet
showing hotel. auto maps, etc.
G. FRANK COFE.
THE KITTATIXNT !s not connected ■witti
any other hotel at the Water Gap. .
CATARACT HOUSE,
DELAWARE" WATER- OAF. PA.
J&-112. Capacity. 100. Orchestra. Bathing, I
boating, fishing; garage. B. E. Tucker & ton ■
BLUFF HOUSE,
MILFORD, TIKE CO.. FA
Opens JUNE IS. 05 ml i», from" New- York I
City. Accommodates 350. Most chaVulnjr r»
sort on bank of Delaware R|V«r r?o „,
suit- »'lth bath Orchestra. BaM tVnni* !
magnlflcent roads; boating, bat!- ftihtor ;
etc. No mosquitoes. Vut/»mob>U -bu" ?«*'
depot, to hot. fc end for illustrated booVe^ !
r - x BOurn-tque.- Proprietor.
MONTANESCA
OPENS JUNE 1«
niiopß wu\.\n.
New Watch Hill Hotel
•' - OPE\' FtDfY TV »»•»»•
o^ y ex^ n » i^\™rr "■*** - I
mobitjng; surf »n4 .Mii for dlivtn X and bat*
eddition i and new b.thri Wat * r b V hi new
*nd service p?ooin? Ms: *««»«m culsina
or Without ba.h* Bo'okf.f "' * n SUl "' J*ft j
No* York OJac^ i^V% K^. rJ^prietor.
RESORTS.
CONVECTICTT.
EDGE WOOD j*
(Greanwich on th« SewJ^?
sxaiva May -;*** to Wg^X V
New York Office. To« • od "r***" „
33 miles fren Na^ T^r»; 4^ w SSIP
Superior stables and =*"•• C P"** i.
th!» setsos. -M9*> '
New Colonial T-ra, »^* : "^
"SOUND bEACH, «■
12T>-2 StamfcrJ. ; J^T***
| I - nKKHHMIRr ***£&!
O level. Opens Msr. t. C__ $&*

VERMONT. '
The Center of susun»r
EQUINOX HOW
■Ascasvrs* V^ RM
r . h
veloion r~V aVatio> /g^|
in* far i»»- a * l » leJ i n!^n '•" *•»!
in regard to Jtammn .Jf**^ ,V^
1■ ' J
Aflire« fifMMCR HOME*- >"• *\^
TheGlenwood
Hyd«TJ l l«e. Vt. Kaf* PW i •
Prey. — — — '^rv^V^
"LAKE BOMOSB^It _,
S-nitary plumbing; «'£"£« i *»f A
milk. -roero. »egetaM*« V £ Oji-jf
Boekl«i. " — — "9*^l
MUS.KOKi^
MUSK NA\*. CO. -»'• . I

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